IOM South Sudan Migration Health Unit 2019 | Quarter 2 Report
137,350 consultations in static and mobile clinics in Malakal, Bentiu, Wau PoCs and collective sites
38,069 children under five years screened for nutrition
10,028 children under five years receiving routine immunizations
167,200 individuals reached with health education
270,828 inbound travelers to South Sudan screened at IOM PoE sites
IOM's Migration Health Unit (MHU) provides life-saving preventive and curative primary health care (PHC) services to vulnerable populations, including internally displaced persons (IDPs) in the protection of civilians (PoC) sites in Bentiu (Unity), Malakal (Upper Nile) and Wau (Western Bahr el Ghazal) as well as for returnees, and conflict-affected host communities. MHU is also providing HIV prevention services for key populations in various locations across the country and is actively involved in Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) preparedness activities in Central Equatoria.
Source: International Organization for Migration